Tom Cochrane is a digital storyteller and the creative director of Old Crow Magazine. Tom's photography and videography work can be found at tomcochranephoto.com.Tom is based in Newfoundland, Canada.
By Tom Cochrane on January 9, 2018Following a lot of success around the world, blues duo Earle and Coffin returned to Gros Morne National Park in July 2017 for performances in Woody Point and Norris Point. They brought a series of brand new songs with them, including this one: Hopeless Situation. Find out more about Earle and Coffin at their website.
By Tom Cochrane on November 29, 2017Young singer-songwriter Christian Howse brings his unique style to the edge of Rocky Harbour Pond in Gros Morne National Park (with Gros Morne mountain standing majestic in the background) in this recording of his song, Pacify. Recorded live in July 2017. Find out more about Christian Howse at his website.
By Tom Cochrane on November 9, 2017Peter Willie Youngtree plays a very special blend of country music. He brought his sound and energy to Gros Morne this summer, where we met up with him to record this performance of his song Musical Chairs. Find out more about Peter Willie Youngtree by visiting his website.
By Tom Cochrane on October 10, 2017Rum Ragged are known for their rousing traditional music performances, so bringing them in to the bright sun room at Neddies Harbour Inn was a treat. However, there wasn’t much sun shining this day — even though this was shot in late May 2017 during Trails Tales Tunes, we were in the middle of a… Read More
By Tom Cochrane on October 4, 2017When Toronto-based folk-collective En Riet made their way through Gros Morne in June 2017, we knew that we had to find somewhere special to record together. Even though they were performing at the Julia Ann Walsh Centre, we made our way north earlier in the day to find this wharf and a few boats, where… Read More